October 12, 2018
Center for Student Involvement seeks applicants for Student Advisory Board
Earlier this fall semester, the Center for Student Involvement celebrated its one-year anniversary. Throughout the last year, the staff at the center have worked to create a culture of garnering student feedback and input on programs, resources, and services they provide. It is now their hope to create a more formalized manner of gathering this information, and are seeking students who are interested in serving on their Student Advisory Board.
The Center for Student Involvement Student Advisory Board will be comprised of students from across campus and varying involvement experiences and will include students who are committed to improving the student involvement experience at Kansas State University. The board will assist center staff by providing a student perspective of the current campus climate regarding the student experience and will focus on learning, discussion, and collaboration about key student involvement issues raised by students to strengthen the work of the center.
Selections will be based on the applications and an attempt to ensure representation by all categories of student organizations, including independent and departmental student organizations. There will be specific interest in applicants representing Student Governing Association, Association of Residence Halls, Graduate Student Council, in addition to other organization categories — multicultural, club sports, academic competition teams, honorary, academic, fraternities and sororities, religious, special interest, and community service — and two at-large student representatives.
Applications are open now until Oct. 26. Students will be selected and notified by Oct. 31.
Questions regarding the Center for Student Involvement Student Advisory Board can be directed to Kelli Farris, executive director, Center for Student Involvement, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 785-532-6541.